See the Best of Norway from the Sky

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Norway - The Happiest Country in the World

AirVūz Social

Norway is said to be "The Happiest Country" in the world and with breathtaking landscapes as seen in this drone video compilation, it's easy to understand why it gets that claim to fame! Immerse yourself in Vikings history in the capital city of Oslo, or check out famous hiking locations like Preikestolen “Pulpit Rock” or Trolltunga. Whether you are seeking an urban vibe, breathtaking landscapes, or an arctic experience, Norway will surely brighten your mood!

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Discover Norway - A 100 days journey

Grim Berge

Grim Berge is an award winning content creator and aerial videographer.  When someone like him spends 100 days traveling around his native Norway making a drone travel video, you know it's going to be good.  This epic piece, featuring fjords, charming fishing villages, and boundless views from incredible perches, won both the Drone Video of the Week and the Drone Video of the Month distinctions here on AirVūz, and is now a Countries & Regions nominee in the 2nd Annual Drone Video Awards.

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NORWAY

JW Media

The Hordaland region of southwestern Norway is home to Bergen, Norway's second largest city, as well as Hardangerfjord, its second largest fjord.  It is a magical place of sparkling mountains and gigantic glaciers which feed into an endlessly long fjord.  Contributor JW Media spent a couple of days in Hordaland with his drone and produced this stunning aerial video of an icy paradise in the heart of Scandinavia.   

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This Is Norway - Drone

PilotViking

Content creator PilotViking is one of the top drone pilots in Norway and is also one of the top drone-focused profiles on Instagram, based on his following.  In this reel, he puts together a compilation of his aerial adventures across the country.  He captured BASE jumping at Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen), the vibrant yet orderly cities of Oslo and Bergen, and the powerful mountains and fjords for which Norway is renowned.

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Celebrating Norway

simenhaughom

Featuring plenty of gasp-worthy drone shots, literally on the edge of a fjord, this spectacular film reminds us of what's celebrated on Syttende Mai (known to the rest of us as Norway Constitution Day). The breathtaking views of this beautiful Nordic scenery are certainly reason enough to celebrate...kudos to simenhaughom, a young but very skilled Norwegian drone pilot, for capturing them all so perfectly.

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The Seven Sisters Waterfall

www.aerialnorway.com

The Seven Sisters waterfalls is a natural phenomenon which has to be seen to be believed.  It is a system of seven related waterdalls on the northern side of Geirangerfjorden, Norway. The tallest of the falls has an enormous free fall of 250 meters (820 ft).  Contributor Aerial Norway created this epic aerial video of the falls, taken in early summer when the snow melting from the mountain peaks swell the flow over the falls.

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Lofoten Experience - "Make your life matter" (NORWAY DRONE 4K)

Eric_Avila_Gallardo

The stunning and dramatic landscapes of the Lofoten islands provide the perfect backdrop for this inspirational and powerful message. Creator Eric_Avila_Gallardo used a DJI Mavic Air drone to create this epic aerial video of this most drone-able region in northern Norway.  A nominee for our Drone Video of the Week contest, this masterpiece inspires us all and provides a gentle reminder to focus on our greater purpose.

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The Pulpit Rock

Grim Berge

The Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) is a major tourist attraction of Rogaland in the southwestern corner of Norway. The top of the rock, which is roughly 600 meters (2000 ft) above the base, is essentially a flat table from which tourists can view the Lysefjord fjord, one of Norway's biggest attractions.  Top contributor Grim Berge used a drone to treat us to a spectacular aerial view of this magnificent rock, the shooting location for a key scene in one of the Mission Impossible movies.  

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Discover western Norway

Mohri Films

While Norway's largest city is in its southeastern region, most of the country's spectacular scenery lies on its west coast.  Along this long coastline lie a mind-boggling number of famous fjords, mountains, and towns and cities.  In this video, contributor Mohri Films used a drone to create an epic captioned aerial tour of the Atlantic coastline.  It includes bird's eye views of Sognefjord, Trollstigen, Lovatnet, and more.   

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Flying over Oslo

Anders Edholm

At the end of the Oslofjord, in the southeastern part of Norway, lies its capital city Oslo.  The city was believed to be founded by Vikings in the 11th century.  It is the capital of Norway and the third largest city in Scandinavia after Stockholm and Copenhagen.  Contributor Anders Edholm flew a DJI Mavic Pro drone over this remarkable city on one of the great fjords of Norway, a city which hosted the 1952 Winter Olympics.

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Mission:Norway

Grim Berge

Award winning contributor Grim Berge created this amazing recreation of a blockbuster Tom Cruise movie scene at its original Norwegian filming location.  Located in the western Norway, Preikestolen, aka the Pulpit Rock, features a vertical cliff of over 600 meters (almost 2k ft.) down to the Lysefjorden.  Shot mainly with a a DJI Inspire 2 drone (operated in some instances from a helicopter), the video recreates an epic escape scene in the 2018 blockbuster Mission ImpossibleFallout

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Ludovico Einaudi & Greenpeace "Elegy for the Arctic"

CopterClouds.com

The creative potential of drones to tell powerful stories is astounding.  In this video, the acclaimed Italian composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi is filmed playing a piano on an iceberg broken off from the Wahlenbergbreen, a glacier on the coast of Svalbard, Norway.  The music video was created to build awareness of global warming and its visible consequences in the Arctic, and was selected as a finalist for the 2017 AirVuz Drone Video Awards in the Originality category.  

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The Art of Drones Norway 4K Directors Cut

The Art Of Drones

For an aerial view of the spectacular natural scenery of western Norway, it's tough to beat this three and a half minute video by The Art of Drones.  The video was shot with a DJI Mavic Pro drone.  It features bird's eye views of some of the most iconic and popular spots in the heart of Norway's fjord country.  Highlights include Beseggen, Jotenheim National ParkKjerag, Trolltunga, Voringsvossen waterfall, Geiranger Fjord, and more.  

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North Norway 4K

Nikkelodeon

This epic video from Nikkelodeon will give you a sense for the pristine Arctic paradise to be found in northern Norway.  The video was shot across the entire northern part of the country, including the Lofoten Islands (which are the subject of a separate collection on AirVuz).   Northern Norway includes three counties, Nordland (which also includes the Lofoten Islands), Troms, and Finnmark; the latter two counties lie entirely north of the Arctic Circle.  

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Norway: Summer is on it's way!

Beta Films

While winter in Norway is not without its charm, the country truly comes to life during the summer, when the scenery becomes green and the days become endless.  In this video, Beta Films captures the magic of eastern Norway as the season turns to summer.  The video features epic bird's eye views of the areas north of the country's capital Oslo (not far from the border with neighboring Sweden to the east), Nevelfjell, Lillehammer, Mesnali, and more.

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Store Lakselvtinden, Lyngen Alps

Uglefisk

Contributor Uglefisk created this amazing video of one of the highest peaks in the Lyngen Alps of northern Norway.  Contrary to what the name suggests, these mountains are not related to the Alps Mountain system; rather they are part of the Scandinavian Mountains system.  They are located in Troms County, which is north of the Arctic Circle.  Though not as tall as the "real" Alps, the Lyngen Alps present some of the most technically demanding climbing conditions in Europe.  

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on top of Lofoten - norway

LarsBülow

You could say this video was taken on top of the world. Lofoten of Nordland, Norway is an archipelago that is known for its very distinct scenery showcased wonderfully in this Drone Video of the Week finalist. Though it lies within the Arctic Circle, it is not as cold as you may think and is quite the tourism destination. You can see why in this breathtaking piece by LarsBülow. 

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TROMS

timoksanen

In this drone video, top contributor Timoksanen takes us north of the Arctic Circle to Troms County in northern Norway.  Troms is the second most northern country of Norway, and it lies entirely above the 22.5 degree latitude mark which denotes the Arctic Circle.  Most of the area is covered by the Scandinavian Mountains, and (as is the case with almost all of Norway's Atlantic coastline) there are islands aplenty.  It's a pristine environment, far from Norway's major population centers.  

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EPIC Lofoten Islands in Winter

BashirAbuShakra

The Lofoten Islands in northern Norway offer a stunning winter landscape, even though the winter temperatures are surprisingly mild for a location above the Arctic Circle.  Top contributor BashirAbuShakra used a drone to create an epic aerial video of this stunning region in the depths of winter.  You will be treated to bird's eye views of fjords, snow covered mountains, floating icebergs, and much more.   

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Vigeland Sculpture Park

Mohri Films

Located in Norway's capital city Oslo, the Vigeland sculpture park is dedicated to the cycle of life. Each of the over 200 statues in Vigeland park is a moment frozen in time.  It is one of the top tourist destinations in Norway's principal city.  Contributor Mohri Films used a drone to create a memorable aerial perspective of the sculptures which populate this impressive Scandinavian park.

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Stave Church in Norway - 4K

PilotViking

In this video, PilotViking treats us to a bird's eye view of a stave church, a once common church design in northern and western Europe.  Thousands of these wooden churches were built over a wide area, mostly in the late Middle Ages.  Alas, while they were easier and cheaper to build than stone churches, they did not have the same longevity: very few remain and virtually all of them are located in Norway.  This is the Hopperstad Church in Vik, a town in Fjordane Couty of western Norway. 

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Spring in Lillehammer (Norway) - A Bird's Adventure

Beta Films

Lillehammer is probably the best known city in eastern Norway, after the capital city Oslo.  It is situated in Oppland County, about 170 km (approximately 100 mi) north of the capital.  It is in a valley surrounded by mountains.  Lillehammer is perhaps best known for hosting the 1994 Winter Olympics.  Lillehammer enjoys the distinction of being the northernmost city to ever host the Olympics.  Beta Films brings us this amazing drone video of Lillehammer and its surroundings.

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VARANGER

fotoknoff

Contributor Fotoknoff used a drone to create this epic video of a spot in the far northern reaches of Norway.  Varanger is a peninsula in Norway's Finnmark County, which is the northernmost part of mainland Norway.  It's the easternmost of a series of peninsulas which jut out into the Berents Sea.  The landcape is spectacular, more reminiscent of the Icelandic Highlands than the mountainous areas of northern Norway, which lie to its south.  

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Lofoten Islands | Beautiful Norway in 4K

2guyswithadrone

One of the remarkable aspects of Norway's Lofoten Islands is that the climate is relatively temperate despite sitting at a latitude which places the islands  within the  Arctic Circle.  Contributor 2guyswith a drone traveled to this amazing region of northwestern Norway with their DJI Phantom 3 Professional drone in February of 2017, in the depths of winter, to produce this amazing aerial film. 

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